Learn the essential features of Windows 10 during this 7+ hour course.
This comprehensive, 7+ hour Windows 10 for Beginners course helps you master the most recent and feature-packed version of Microsoft's operating system. As you explore the Windows 10 interface, you'll cover everything from installing the system to your computer and customizing it to suit your needs to working with files and applications.
With this course, you'll see just how easy it is to manage folders, share via a home network, configure security, privacy, and multiuser settings, work with Mail, Calendars and People, and troubleshoot the system. Follow along as you're guided through some of the new features in Windows 10, including the return of the Start Button, Metro App, and Continuum, also known as Tablet Mode. You also will be introduced to the new Action Center and Cortana, Microsoft's personal digital assistant.
Course updated in 2020 to included new Windows 10 Features.
Here’s what our students are saying…
"Excellent instructional! Enjoying the layout and pace of the instructor."
- David Thuroff
"Awesome course and a great and knowledgeable instructor!!!"
- Rita Bowman
"It was really easy to understand everything and was very useful."
- Kirti Kher
"The course was very enlightening, although being a novice I am sure that will have to review it at least once."
- Michael Mosier
"While I have been using Windows 10 without this much detailed knowledge, it is amazing how little I actually know about something I've been using for a while..."
- Jose Rivera
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- Microsoft Excel
- Microsoft PowerPoint
- Microsoft Word
- Microsoft Project
- Microsoft Outlook
- Photoshop Elements
- Web Development Languages
- And so much more!
What you'll learn.
Learn how to navigate the Windows 10 interface.
Discover how to access the Control Panel and manage Windows updates.
Manage user accounts including adding users and changing passwords.
How to manage the various security options for Windows 10.
Use the start menu, starting apps, snapping apps and closing apps.
Manage desktop icons, show the desktop and using multiple desktops.
Manage the notification area particularly the system icons, the app icons and the action center.
Configure display settings including setting the screen resolution, managing multiple displays and making some text larger.
Setup and configure date and time, language, region, mouse, pen and touch.
Navigate files and folders using file explorer.
Create, copy, move or delete folders and files.
Set up and manage family and children accounts.
Setup internet connections, public and private networks, and use the network and sharing center.
Use the Calendar app.
Set up your sound hardware, how to play music from CDs and how to create a recording.